Youth Centres for Kids - West Moreton

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    CPL (formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy League) stands for Choice, Passion and Life. CPL is a non-profit organisation that provides vital support and services to more than 8,000 children and adults with disabilities in Queensland and Northern NSW. CPL gives you the freedom of choice, the opportunity to chase your passion and the support to live the life you choose. We provide services every day, at every stage of your life and have been doing so for over 65 years in thousands of homes, schools, ... Read more communities and workplaces.

    CPL’s Infinite PossAbilities Art Exhibition

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    What does a piece of wire mixed with a watermelon make? MUSIC! Check out the new way that people with disabilities can make music at Infinite PossAbilities, CPL’s free art exhibition! Infinite PossAbilities is where art comes to life, combining canvas and technology together to create an out of this world experience with a simple tap on a smart phone. Continue to explore the world of Infinite PossAbilities and play your way through an all-inclusive interactive music and visual art experience, designed especially for people with disabilities. The Infinite PossAbilities exhibition will showcase the talents and creativity of the Studio Five 8 artists from CPL’s Springfield service. The exhibition will also feature sculptures, handcrafted jewellery and ceramics available for sale. CPL gives you the freedom of choice, the opportunity to chase your passion and the support to live the life you choose.

    Our organisation is the home of the Irish Gaelic Football and Hurling in Queensland. Established in 1982, it originated as a monthly informal ‘kick-about’ for mostly Irish ex-pats, who were missing the camradrie and familiarity of their national sport. Today, the organisation is one of the largest Gaelic Football bodies in Australia, catering for over 600 people on an annual basis. The organisation provides a vital service to both the Irish, Australian and wider community, between providing ... Read more the grounds as a venue for local schools and community events, to ensuring that the Irish community in Queensland always have a game or an event to attend, and a reason to play and/or contribute in their national sport. Every single person is always welcome to our clubhouse and to our associated Clubs, the belief that the community is a powerful tool in the prevention of loneliness or depression is entrenched within the values of our association, having unfortunately had first hand experience ...

    We love sport. All sports. Welcome to the Game connects sports clubs with new members of its community. We are dedicated to creating meaningful connections between refugee and migrant youths and their local communities through sport. We have a number of sports programs and teams that operate all over Brisbane. Our program includes opportunities in futsal, AFL, soccer, netball, volleyball, girls exercise groups and basketball. We are always looking for clubs and young people to get involved and help ... Read more create an inclusive and welcoming society through sport.

    The Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association – or PCYC, as many know us – has been enhancing communities through youth development programs for over fifty years. From youth development, to sport and rec and school-age care services, we’re proud to be part of the Bayside community. PCYC Bayside have a variety of programs including Karate, Tai chi, Aikido, Ju Jitsu, Gymnastics and Trampoline. Our club is unique as we have an indoor heated saltwater and mineral pool for learn to swim ... Read more classes and aqua fitness.

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    • 437 Hellawell Rd, PO Box 354, Sunnybank Hills, QLD 4109

    Autism Queensland provides targeted services to Queenslanders of all ages with ASD and their families. We offer early intervention services throughout Queensland and from our centres in Brisbane, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Mackay and Cairns; school-age outreach visits across Queensland and a post-school program for 16-24 year old in Brisbane. We also operate two independent, autism-specific schools in Brisbane at Sunnybank and Brighton. We also offer school holiday & sibling programs throughout the ... Read more year. Respite services are also available (eligibility criteria applies).

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